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Danièle Desnoyers

An Appetite for Creation
By Lys Stevens

Danièle Desnoyers has been called a “dancer’s choreographer” in part for the freedom she gives to her interpreters. Her latest creation, Dévorer le ciel, expresses a desire to eat up space and premieres in Montréal in January.

Old Men Dancing

Do Not Resuscitate
By Esther Vincent, Megan Andrews

Old Men Dancing: a group of men aged fifty or so, with no formal training, from all walks of life. They came together for the love of dance and will premiere new work in December in Peterborough.

Social Dancing

Tradition, Community, Fitness & Fun
By Kristin Harris Walsh

Salsa Tuesdays at a downtown bar. Line dancing at a restaurant on the edge of the city. Traditional set dancing at a local community centre. The recreational dance world is no longer primarily populated by little girls in black leotards and pink tights. Men and women, seemingly in greater numbers every year, are heading out to social gatherings – to dance.

Holiday Merrymaking

Mummering in Newfoundland
By Kristin Harris Walsh



By Megan Andrews

Scottish Dancing: Friends & Fun

Making Waves

By Kate Stashko

Katie Ward is transforming science into performance

Emerging Views

By Kate Stashko

Calgary-based independent flamenco dance artist Rosanna Terracciano

Know Your Moves

The Waltz

Marking Time

By Amy Bowring

Another Nutcracker by Miram Adams


Alberta Ballet’s Laetitia Clement

Tips for Teachers

By Katharine Harris, Canada's National Ballet School

Beat Those Winter Blues, Think of the Olympics

Check It Out

Ballerina mouse grows up (Angelina Ballerina)

Everyday Moves

By MJ Thompson

Dancing in the Rain

Short Waves

By Naomi Brand, Samantha Mehra, Cindy Brett, Jaimée Horn

DSW launches new initiatives to develop Alberta choreographers; Concern with legacy inspires several remounts; Recent awards in dance [Miriam Adams; Christopher House; Sara Coffin; Compagnie Marie Chouinard; Liz Lerman; Erin Cowan]; Cas Public appoints assistant to the artistic director [Pierre Lecours]

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

A Coalition is [re]Born

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